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Survivor Katie Piper on finding 'purpose' and learning to see the beauty in her scars - express - Britain - county Sutton
Survivor Katie Piper on finding 'purpose' and learning to see the beauty in her scars
OK! magazine.Katie says she has an even greater sense of "belonging" and "purpose" these days because now she is flying the flag for people who have felt as vulnerable as she did, and highlighting diversity.She has become an ambassador for the skincare brand La Roche-Posay and feels "included" again.There are still functional problems and residual pain from the attack, meaning that she continues to have work done on her stomach and esophagus as well as her face.In the early days, the intensity of the sulphuric acid had left her struggling to even swallow.However she is filled with renewed confidence as she continues on her "ongoing" journey towards healing.Katie has also started to embrace herself on her own terms rather than looking to society to give her validation that she is beautiful."It’s [about] calling the shots and deciding if I’m desirable, not waiting for somebody else to make that decision for me," she explained.The model says she hates the expectation from others that she should simply be a survivor of burns, and is determined to prove that life is about far more than that.Her love life is looking positive after she married her carpenter husband Richard Sutton in 2015, with whom she has two daughters.Courageous Katie was also acknowledged with an OBE from the Queen for her charitable work.She said in a statement at the time that she was "honoured to be recognised for services to charity and survivors of burns".The proud activist added: "Funded purely by voluntary donations, we launched and founded the UK’s first and only live-in rehabilitation centre so that having a brighter future after burns can be for the majority, and not the minority of survivors."
Demi Rose pours hourglass curves into tiny string bikini for eye-popping display - - Spain - county Sutton
Demi Rose pours hourglass curves into tiny string bikini for eye-popping display
Demi Rose Mawby has thrilled fans with her latest sizzling Instagram offering.The adult model, who has almost 20 million followers on Instagram and often pours her incredible curves into skimpy outfits, is currently living it up in Spain on a lavish break.While enjoying some downtime in the sunshine, the 27-year-old model posed up a storm for her loyal legion of followers, while proudly parading her figure.Captioning the snap: "Me, myself and I," Demi smouldered into the camera lens in the first sultry snap while proudly showing off her incredible cleavage.The next snaps showed her kneeling on a yacht while donning a teeny string bikini that accentuated her minuscule waistline.Showing off her derrière in another snap, fans were no doubt thrilled by the eye-popping display.With her hourglass figure spilling out from the bikini, fans were quick to head to the comments section to hype up the popular internet sensation, with one dubbing her: "My sexy queen."Another branded her: "The essence of Beauty."While a third added: "Wow those curves are insane."And a fourth said: "Wow you are so very beautiful and sexy lady."Constantly living a lavish lifestyle in various tropical destinations, Demi is currently soaking up the sunshine in Es Vedrá – which is a small rocky island in Spain.Although a fan of jetting around the world, the online star had very humble beginnings and was in fact born and raised in Sutton Coldfield, West Mids. At 18 years of age Demi joined Instagram and posted a slew of stunning selfies which soon led to an fan base that is ever-growing.With the selfies blowing up online, she then progressed to opening up an OnlyFans account – which has led to her global success.
Baby-faced thug who carjacked woman and child told cops he was 'too bladdered' to drive - - county Sutton - city Mansfield
Baby-faced thug who carjacked woman and child told cops he was 'too bladdered' to drive
arrested for carjacking a woman and child.Tyler Gillespie, 18, used a knife to threaten the victim who was waiting in the passenger seat of her friend's car at midnight on June 19 last year.Before Gillespie sped off down Leamington Drive in Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, the frightened woman managed to take a child who was in a car seat in the back.A police car on patrol saw Gillespie a few moments later driving erratically and followed him along residential streets where he drove at speeds of 60mph.Gillespie was eventually arrested after he pulled over more than half-a-mile away on High Pavement.Items stolen by Gillespie the previous night during a break in were found by officers in the vehicle.Gillespie admitted to carrying out the burglary and to taking the car when questioned by police.The carjacker said he had been "daft" and explained that he pulled over because he was "bladdered" and "didn't want to die".Gillespie, now 19 and from Mansfield, admitted robbery, dangerous driving, burglary, drink driving and driving with no insurance.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.In addition, he admitted to an unrelated theft at a local supermarket.He was sentenced to four years detention at a young offenders' institution when he appeared at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday, May 3.Detective Constable Adam Penn, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: "Gillespie put his victims through an extremely frightening ordeal and was lucky not to cause serious injury to other road users during the truly appalling display of driving that followed."It is testament to the skill and professionalism of police officers and control room staff that this pursuit was bought to a swift